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Sausage products exports increased by 28%

  • 16 Oct 11:30

Sausage products exports increased by 28% In the first half of the year, Russia exported 26 thousand tons of sausage and similar products worth 52 million dollars, which is 28% higher than last year. The CIS countries are the largest importers of Russian sausage products. Thus, exports to Kazakhstan this year increased by 24% to 35 million dollars. Shipments to Azerbaijan increased by 30% to 5.4 million dollars. This year, Russian producers started supplying sausage products to Panama and Moldova. Shipments were also made to Norway and Indonesia for the first time since 2016. In total, 25 countries became importers of Russian products. According to the Federal center for export development of agricultural. Read more...

Exports of agricultural products in the first half of the year increased by 18% and exceeded 13 billion dollars

  • 31 Aug 11:12

Exports of agricultural products in the first half of the year increased by 18% and exceeded 13 billion dollars "According to the data for the first half of 2020, taking into account fooddata for the EEU countries, Russia has delivered agricultural products to foreign markets with a total value of more than 13 billion dollars. These results are 2 billion dollars or 18% higher than during the same period last year," Deputy Prime Minister Victoria Abramchenko said. She noted that China became the leading buyer of domestic agricultural products in 2020, with 1.9 billion dollars worth of imported Russian food supply. That is a 35% increase compared to the the same period in 2019. Turkey came in second with an indicator of 1.5 billion dollars (+42%). It was followed by. Read more...

Ukraine chicken production, exports to rise in 2020, but at slower pace

  • 3 Apr 10:57

Ukraine chicken production, exports to rise in 2020, but at slower pace The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) this week estimated Ukrainian poultry production will continue to grow in 2020, although at a slower rate. Ukraine’s chicken industry is dominated by one large producer, Myronivsky HleboProduct (MHP), which is responsible for over 70 percent of total industrial chicken production. The company finished a major expansion program which led to a significant increase in production and exports in 2019. As a result, Ukraine became the world’s seventh-largest chicken meat exporter. The European Union market for Ukrainian chicken cuts is expected to mature in 2020. MHP’s exports to other countries will grow,. Read more...

Lower Exports Hinder Russia’s Economic Growth in 2Q19: Analysts

  • 7 Oct 10:39

Lower Exports Hinder Russia’s Economic Growth in 2Q19: Analysts A decrease in exports was the main drag on Russia’s GDP growth in the second quarter of this year, as it deepened from -0.4% YoY in 1Q19 to -4.9% YoY in 2Q19, analysts comment after official data on the structure of Russia’s economy was published earlier this week. The drop in exports was a result of lower global demand for metals, Russia’s OPEC+ commitments and the temporary halt in oil exports via the Druzhba (Friendship) pipeline. Deterioration of net exports caused by external or temporary factors (not fiscal or monetary policies), knocked off 1.7 percentage points from the 2Q19 GDP growth rate,INGsaid. Rosstat previouslyestimatedRussia’s GDP. Read more...

Sanctions Cost Russia $6.3bn in 2018

  • 20 Feb 08:15

Sanctions Cost Russia $6.3bn in 2018 The cost of economic sanctions and other trade restrictions imposed by other countries cost Russia $6.3 billion by late 2018, estimates of the Economic Development Ministry presented on Tuesday reveal, according toGazeta.ru. These restrictions include anti-dumping duties, licensing, quotas, technical barriers, sanitary and phytosanitary measures and also economic sanctions. Measures imposed by the European Union hurt Russia’s economy the most, the data reveals. The total damage is estimated at $2.4 billion. U.S. sanctions cost Russia nearly $1.17 billion, while losses from Ukraine’s restrictions amounted to $775 million, the ministry said in. Read more...

Iranian Exports to Russia up 36% Last Year

  • 20 Feb 08:14

Iranian Exports to Russia up 36% Last Year Iran exported $533 million worth of commodities to Russia in 2018, up from $392 million in 2017, an Iranian envoy in Russia has said, according to theFinancial Tribune. The figure registered a growth of 36 percent in Iran’s exports to the country’s northern neighbor compared with the preceding year, according to Farhad Parand, Iran’s commercial attaché in Russia. The Islamic Republic mainly exported included pistachio, raisins, dates, apples, cucumbers, tomatoes, fish, shrimp, milk, cheese, tea, kiwi fruit,and cabbage. The trade between Iran and Russia stood at 1.74 billion dollars in 2018, registering a 2-percent growth from. Read more...